New Effort to Help Denver Adults Living with Sensory Loss

Local Resources Designed to Help Denver Seniors Living with Impaired Senses ~ DENVER, CO – [April. 22, 2021] – 83 percent of older adults live with at least one form of sensory loss, according to a survey by Home Instead, Inc. While those with sensory loss have always faced an increased risk of feeling isolated, the pandemic has further reduced their ability to fully connect with the world around them, leading […]

DDPHE releases new strategic behavioral health plan: Empower Denver

Based on the Road to Wellness framework, this blueprint takes care coordination to the next level to increase access and availability for the well-being of all Denver residents ~ DENVER – The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) today released Empower Denver, Denver’s strategic plan to improve behavioral health services for those experiencing a crisis, such as substance misuse, […]

Virtual Grand Reopening for Olin Hotel Apartments to Be Held on April 28th

The Olin will provide affordable housing for over 100 low-income older adults in Denver ~ DENVER, Colorado, April 8, 2021: Older adults facing economic insecurity–many of whom have experienced homelessness–will begin to move in to the newly renovated and expanded Olin Hotel Apartments in Capitol Hill during the month of April. To celebrate the reopening, […]

Caring for Denver Foundation Seeks to Invest $10 Million in Supports to Improve the Provision of Care

Denver, CO – Caring for Denver Foundation is seeking to partner with organizations and agencies to increase Denver residents’ ability to find accessible, community-informed mental health and substance misuse care through a new Care Provision funding opportunity. The funding aims to foster a continuum of quality care that reflects, represents, and values unique cultures and needs, […]

As Unemployment Soars, Home Care Job Opportunities Abound in Greater Denver Area

Home Instead is hiring new CAREGivers to help older adults in the community ~ DENVER, CO – With the nation’s unemployment rate at its highest in nearly half a century, job opportunities in labor-abundant industries—such as retail and dining—are running dry. On average, more than 775,000 Americans each week have filed a new unemployment claim […]

Denver Issues Revised Face Covering Order

Help Keep Denver in Business by Wearing Your Mask! ~ DENVER – Denver officials announced an update today to the city’s face-covering public health order, which was first issued in May to help stem the spread of COVID-19.

Experience the 2020 Dumb Friends League Furry Scurry

Walk the Dog, Drink the Beer, Eat the Food and Help the Animals! DENVER (January 20, 2019) Walk, drink, eat and more—all to help homeless pets at Furry Scurry, the Dumb Friends League’s signature fundraising event. This year, Colorado’s favorite dog walk and fun run will have everything longtime fans have come to expect, along […]

Caring for Denver Foundation Approves Grants to Support City First Responders and Co-Responders

Denver, CO – Caring for Denver Foundation under leadership from Executive Director, Lorez Meinhold, and Board Chair, State Representative Leslie Herod, recently approved grants to first responders and co-responders supporting Denver residents in mental health and/or substance misuse crisis. $2.2M will be awarded to support the following:

Highland Recreation Center Events – Feb. 2020

Billiards 101 Mondays 10:30-11:30 am Free with membership Learn the basics of the game with lessons Advanced Billiards Mondays 11:30-12:30 pm Free with Memberships Improve your game with lessons Chess Club New! Tuesdays 10:30-12:00 pm Free with membership Meet others to play chess and socialize Presentation: Prophets and Prophecy 12:00-2:00 pm Free! Registration required Thursday, […]

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